The conservative, evangelical school seeks $30m from Jerry Falwell Jr for damages stemming from 'immodesty'.
Members of the anti-government movement are calling for cooperation with left-wing groups that were once adversaries.
Moscow says it will also place eight US officials on a sanctions list and restrict US NGO activity in Russia.
Win Myint designated as president, deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi named as state counsellor.
The Greek foreign minister used his opening remarks to rattle off a series of longstanding complaints about Turkey.
It became a political flashpoint last year; now, Democratic leaders refuse to entertain the notion.
Long-time leader announces he will not seek another term in bid to avoid national 'divide' following inconclusive vote.
Greek foreign minister meets his Turkish counterpart on Thursday in a bid to pave the way for a future summit.
Visit marks 42nd anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act as China continues what it calls 'combat drills' near island.
Government overhaul strengthens President Felix Tshisekedi and deals a new blow to his predecessor Joseph Kabila.
Billions of dollars of Iranian money continues to be frozen in South Korean banks as its prime minister heads for talks.
President Ismail Omar Guelleh thanks his supporters after he was declared the winner with almost 99 percent of the vote.
Changes will allow US officials to invite Taiwan officials into government buildings in DC and enter Taiwan mission.
The Republican from Florida denies the allegations but is now under investigation by the US House Ethics Committee.
Release of Hankuk Chemi seized by the IRGC in January comes as Iran, world powers try to revive 2015 nuclear deal.
Talks in Doha between head of Sudan's ruling council and Qatari officials centred on reviewing ties, among others.
In first statement since political crisis, King Abdullah says Prince Hamzah is 'in his palace under my protection.'
Inuit Ataqatigiit leader says mining complex at Kvanefjeld 'won't happen' after landmark election win.
Sudanese cabinet votes to repeal a 1958 law that forbade diplomatic and business relations with Israel.
Italy's new premier, on his first official trip abroad, also lauded Tripoli's efforts in stemming refugee crossings.